In Memory of Franklin R. Turner
1926-2020
Owner of Turner Bowling Centers


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Farlow earns his sixth “STAR” on the PWPT

Randy Farlow was the winner of the 2020-2021 stop # 10 of the Pop Whitten Duckpin Pro Tour at Dual Lanes. Farlow qualified 15th with a six-game total of 862. He rolled 735 for five games in the division round going 4-1 & defeated Mike Kowalewski 166-162, Mark Klingelhofer 151-134 & Bernie Hipkins 158-153 in the bracket round for the first-place prize of $1500.00 and his sixth star.

Other tournament highlights:

148 total entries

Bernie Hipkins, a Dual Lanes regular, was the top qualifier with a six-game total of 988. He rolled four 190+ games during the tournament. His last three games of qualifying were 193, 146 & 168 for a 507 set and games of 193, 148 & 164 for a 505 set the first three games of the division round. Hipkins averaged 162 for the 15 games he bowled during the tournament.

There were two 200 games and five 500 set bowled during the tournament:

John Biederman 202
Mike Manns 218
Bernie Hipkins 505
Mike Steinert 507
Bernie Hipkins 507
Phil Dix 510
Mark Klingelhofer 523 

For more info on the Pop Whitten Pro Tour, go to pwpt.net

“HAMBONE” FOR SYKES AT DUAL LANES

Amy Sykes defended her title again this year making it four (4) consecutive “Frank Turner Duckpin Classics” in the WNDA portion of the event. Sykes was the top qualifier with an eight (8) game total of 1166. She went 4 & 1 in the Division Round with a five (5) game total of 758 and defeated all three (3) opponents in the bracket round to pick up the $3000.00 first place prize and her 26th Pro Tour Victory. She is the only bowler on the pro tour, woman or man, to have won 20 + tour titles. She holds the eight (8) game World Record of 882 and the twelve (12) game World Record of 1872 which she set in 2016 & 2017 at Dual Lanes. Local bowler, Danielle Chapman, participating in her first WNDA tournament had an excellent showing finishing fifth (5th).

Other Division Round Winners were:
Jill Manns 725 (5-0)
Leah Lancaster 713 (5-0)
Noel DeAntoniis 659 (4-1)
Mindy Hammond 628 (4-1)
Danielle Chapman 623 (4-1)
Becky Airhart 691 (3-2)
Rebecca Dove 690 (3-2)

In the Bracket Finals:
Round 1
Manns defeated Dove 163-124
DeAntoniis defeated Hammond 133-126
Sykes defeated Chapman 117-114
Lancaster defeated Airhart 158-119

Round 2
DeAntoniis defeated Manns 132-125
Sykes defeated Lancaster 158-115

Final Round
Sykes defeated DeAntoniis 139-119

Mr. Turner awarded each bowler $25.00 that rolled a 175 or higher game. The winners were:
BECKY SIECK 199
CINDY GILLICK 198
CARRIE MATHESON 197
ALYSON RINEER 191
STACEY GAEGLER 183 

Pictured is Amy with her sons Nate & Ben (r)

For complete results, go to wndatour.com

SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS

Pictured left to right are the winners of the Turner Bowling Centers Top 10 Invitational Youth Tenpin Tournament

Jordan Brown, Ryan Talbert, Brent Moore, Maddie Kershner, Shaun Geesey & Ashley Smith

For complete results, go to duallanes.com / tournaments

 



STATE CHAMP

Dual Lanes Youth Tenpin Bowler Hallie Sneckenberger was the winner of the U17 Girls Division at the Pepsi State Tournament held April 6 & 7 in Cambridge MD. After six (6) games, Hallie was the top qualifier and defeated Katherine Corbin 146-135 in the stepladder finals to win the division. For her effort, Hallie will receive an entry to the United States Bowling Congress Junior Gold Tournament in Detroit, MI in July & scholarship money.

Other Dual Lanes Youth that finished in the top 10 of their respective age division were:

Evan Schenk 6th - U8 Boy
Bella Maciulla 5th - U10 Girl
Zoie Showe 5th - U12 Girl
Conner Martz 8th - U12 Boy
Ryan Talbert 6th - U15 Boy
Jordan Brown 10th - U15 Boy
Kayla Talbert 3rd - U15 Girl
Jaylyn Magruder 4th - U17 Girl
Brent Moore 6th - U20 Boy
Jaclynn Nave 6th - U20 Girl
Shaun Geesey 8th - U20 Girl

Nationally ranked # 3

Dual Lanes Youth Duckpin Bowler Paris Randall was recognized by the National Duckpin Youth Association and named to the Norm Fleury All-American Team. Randall averaged 104 in the Bantam Girls Division (ages 10-12) while participating in the Dual Lanes Saturday Morning Youth League. For more info on Youth Duckpin Awards, go to ndya.org

WETZEL IS # 1
Dual Lanes Youth Duckpin Bowler Jeffrey A. Wetzel was recognized by the National Duckpin Youth Association as the number 1 youth bowler in the nation for the 2017-2018 bowling season. Wetzel averaged 137 in the Dual Lanes Saturday Morning Youth League. He received three (3) awards from the NDYA...the Norm Fleury All-American Team Award for having one the six (6) highest averages in the Major Boys division (ages 16-21), the Archie Larochelle Award for having the highest average of the six bowlers & the Evelyn Larochelle Award for having the highest average in the overall Junior League program. For more info on the awards, go to ndya.org

   
 

“STAR OF THE YEAR” 

Dual Lanes Youth Duckpin Bowler Dylan Wade has been named “Star of the Year” in the Prep Boy Division (ages 7-9) by the National Duckpin Youth Association for the 2017-2018 bowling season. Dylan tossed his career high game of 146 during Dual Lanes Saturday Morning Youth Duckpin League to earn the honor. NDYA awards the top boy & girl in each age division with a plaque. For more information on the NDYA awards, go to ndya.org


 


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